Washington -- Kim Jong-eun thought he was playing a video game when he heard the first missiles leave his bunker in North Korea.
"My dad said he was turning over power to me, but I didn't think he was serious, because he told me the only way he would give me power was if I got good grades in my Military Dictatorship 101 class. I think he must have tortured my professor until he gave me good grades, because I never turned in my last paper for the class." Kim Jong-eun told reporters outside his bunker.
Kim Jong-eun's dad is ill and made comments that he wanted to turn power over when the time was right.
South Korea was caught off-guard by the sudden change of power.
"If we would have known the power exchange, we probably would have prepared to be attacked," an unnamed official in the South Korean government said.
Kim Jong-eun didn't official apologize for the attack, but he did say that he was glad the missiles weren't pointed in the wrong direction.